The Old Grey Whistle Test Live: For One Night Only, BBC 4, 9pm
TOP of the Pops may have brought viewers the biggest hits, but for many music fans in the 1970s and 1980s, the Old Grey Whistle Test was the best place to see live performances by emerging new artists, cult bands, and acts who concentrated on albums rather than singles. To celebrate 30 years since the last show aired, legendary presenter “Whispering” Bob Harris hosts a live, three-hour special featuring new performances and interviews.

Lethal Weapon, STV, 9pm
WITH a slight nod to 1991 action adventure Point Break, this week’s case sees Riggs and Murtaugh investigate the death of Kyle Kennedy, a surfer whose body has been found on a Los Angeles beach. It’s not long before the Shore Boys, a violent surf gang led by beach vigilante Kody Lewis become the prime suspects. Meanwhile, Riggs is plagued by violent nightmares that bring up scars from his childhood. Murtaugh is also having sleepless nights as he grows suspicious of Trish’s new male friend.

Gogglebox, Channel 4, 9pm
A NEW series of the fly-on-the-wall show turns the cameras on Britain’s most avid, opinionated and sharp-tongued TV viewers. Now a ratings winner in its own right, the programme captures their instant reactions and lively discussions direct from the comfort of their homes thanks to two remote-control cameras.

Joan Rivers: By Her Friends, Channel 5, 10.30pm
A LOOK back at the comedy star’s 50-year-career comedy includes clips of Rivers’s blisteringly funny routines from the 1960s and 1970s on the Johnny Carson, Ed Sullivan and Carol Burnett shows and reveals how she smashed down doors and shattered glass ceilings for a new generation of female performers. Contributors, including her daughter Melissa and comedian Barry Cryer, celebrate the comedian’s life and times.